KiScon

The Kirk/Spock Slash Convention

About us


What started as small house parties in the 1980s, has evolved into the largest K/S convention. Fans from all over the globe, young and old, newbies and seasoned Trekkers, come together to take part in a weekend of slashy goodness. If you’d like to find out more about KiScon’s rich history, check out this Fanlore article. When we organised KiScon 2019, we were happy and honoured to carry on with the tradition and organise a weekend filled with fun, inspiring discussions, laughter, and creativity. Little did we know that this was going to be the last in-person KiScon before the Corona virus changed the landscape of global fandom for the time being. It was with great sadness that we had to cancel KiScon 2021, but we are glad we can offer an online version of the convention in 2022, and we will do our best to provide you with a great convention experience!

Meet the concom for 2022:


Judy Suryan

Con-chair
A Star Trek fan for decades and well-experienced in the organisation of conventions. Judy was part of Norwescon’s concom for many years. In 2015 she chaired, together with Amanda Warrington, her first and very successful KiScon. After some gentle prodding (read: shameless begging and strong-arming) by fellow fans, she was persuaded to bring Kirk and Spock back to Seattle for 2019.
Dragon lover, legendary provider of food (seriously, her hospitality room deserved a medal). For 2022 she will focus on programming and cheerleading.

T’Lara

Con-chair, vidshow curator 
Vidder, writer, cosplayer, librarian for the European branch of the K/S Fanzine Library. T’Lara has been organising fanvid shows for several years, both at conventions and in the virtual living room of her Livestream channel. When she’s not swooning over Kirk and Spock, she squees about cannibalistic murder husbands (Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal), murderous geniuses living under the Paris Opera, or singing vampires.
Defender of the glorious cuppa, she made sure there was always *real* tea in the mess room. While that is less of a concern for the virtual con in 2022, she is still looking for a way to include holo tea in the experience.

Trekker

Cheerleader, PR, wrangler of Finances.
Trekker has been involved in many nonprofit organizations. In love with Star Trek since being half-grown, she is now fully grown and still loves Star Trek. She reads dead tree books and lurks online but like many fans, she has a WIP in notebooks and on her hard drive…
Her expertise in delicious booze easily rivals McCoy’s and Scotty’s.

Linda

Communications, PR, Registrations, wrangler of Logistics.

1lostone

Tech expert, PR
Writer, trekker, and cheerleader for all things fandom, 1lostone (or Lost) has been scribbling her misadventures with Kirk and Spock in notebooks with sparkly pens since she found her aunt’s zines at age twelve. While an avid consumer of all things fandom, she still considers Trek to be her nearest and dearest. This year she will be helping with promotion and can be found on Discord for all those pesky techy questions. She is excited to help make this transition from in-person to virtual as smooth as possible.


Engineering:


Zine editor: Carleen
Art show & auction: Liz, Caren P
Webmasters: T'Lara (website), 1lostone (Tumblr blog)
Twitter Account run by: T'Lara, 1lostone
Discord Server Admins: T'Lara, 1lostone
Facebook Group Admins: Linda, 1lostone, T'Lara
The KiScon logo is based on a design by: arminaa
AO3 collection for past con zines administrated by: 1lostone, T'Lara
Special heartfelt thanks to lithiumdoll who is the genius behind Conline.

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